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Femme se coiffant was first conceived when Picasso returned to Paris from the Pyrenean village of Gósol in 1906. The artist had achieved a degree of notoriety in Paris and Ambroise Vollard, the renowned Paris-based dealer, had become aware of the potential value of his work. In the Spring, Vollard acquired a group of 27 paintings and gouaches for 2000 francs. This windfall gave Picasso both a boost in confidence as well as the means to take Fernande Olivier, his mistress and muse of the moment, to Spain.

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Femme se coiffant was first conceived when Picasso returned to Paris from the Pyrenean village of Gósol in 1906. The artist had achieved a degree of notoriety in Paris and Ambroise Vollard, the renowned Paris-based dealer, had become aware of the potential value of his work. In the Spring, Vollard acquired a group of 27 paintings and gouaches for 2000 francs. This windfall gave Picasso both a boost in confidence as well as the means to take Fernande Olivier, his mistress and muse of the moment, to Spain.

Picasso (1881-1973) was a Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker and ceramicist.Picasso achieved universal acclaim and immense fortune for his revolutionary artistic accomplishments; becoming one of the best-known figures in the 20th century art.He is also known for co-founding the Cubist movement, the invention of constructed sculpture and the co-invention of collage.


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